Sometimes you have to laugh. In “Transhumanism and the Death of Human Exceptionalism,” published in Aero, Peter Clarke quotes criticism
Understandably, all the attention in response to an article posted Monday in the journal “Nature” was captured in the headline in many ensuing
Years ago the crassly utilitarian Fletcher — who has been called the “patriarch of bioethics” –swooned at the prospect of males giving
A Chinese woman is 12 to 14 weeks pregnant with the world’s second genetically-modified baby, soon after another woman gave birth to the first
Children’s needs should come before adult desires in marriage and other domestic partnerships, advocates of children’s rights argue.
Two remarkable things took place last month in the world of biotechnology: A Chinese doctor claimed to have created two genetically modified
Academia swings hard left on the political spectrum, so it should come as no surprise that many biology professors are reluctant to admit that
The Chinese government has stepped in to halt the work of a rogue scientist who claims to have created the world's first gene edited babies.
China has ordered a group of scientists to stop their work on genetically-altered babies in the midst of international outcry.
CRISPR is the most powerful technology invented since the splitting of the atom — and in many ways, it’s more powerful than that. It is a
Genetic tests have long made it possible to screen out embryos with conditions such as cystic fibrosis or Down's syndrome. Now, a new way of
A nationally-recognized scientist who has testified in support of unborn babies is President Donald Trump's new choice for the National Science
A new book by a well-known Kenyan leader and biomedical researcher brings up difficult questions about when life begins and how society treats